Beginning Monday, October 2, 2015, SKA will be hosting Barb Hoskins Sakamoto (iTDi) on a 5-day workshop tour that will take her to 4 towns in eastern and central Slovakia. We’re still working on venues but registration will be here: http://goo.gl/forms/xX8euPwQll.
Barb will be doing hands-on 3-hour workshops.
Barb’s practical workshop will be for those of us teaching young learners (5- to 12-year-olds) on ‘Creative teaching for 21st century learners‘. She’ll be sharing about teaching techniques to help our learners become strong English users and also critical and creative thinkers. By making every moment of class time count, we can help our students succeed – on exams and in future jobs. We can build both the traditional four skills (speaking, listening, reading, and writing) and the 21st century 4Cs (communication, collaboration, creativity and critical thinking) in every class.
We have to charge for the workshops just to meet costs:
SKA Members – 5 EUR
University students – 2 EUR
Non-SKA Members – 10 EUR
Barbara Hoskins Sakamoto earned her secondary English teaching certificate and her
MA TESOL degree in the USA, and has taught English and ESL in the US, and EFL in Japan. An EFL teacher and teacher trainer since 1985, she has conducted workshops throughout Asia, the USA and Latin America. She has experience teaching for all ages in many different environments; schools and universities for 30 years. Barbara is co-author of one of the world’s best-selling textbook series for children learning English, Let’s Go. You can often find Barbara online working with teachers around the world as one of the Directors for International Teacher Development Institute (iTDi.pro) on her award-winning blog, Teaching Village, or on her new blog, Teaching Children English. (Barb’s participation in the conference is being covered by a US Small Grant from the US Embassy in Bratislava.)